Lock ‘N’ Roll Articulating Trailer Hitch Available on Sears.com

In an earlier article I reported on the introduction of the Lock ‘N’ Roll articulating trailer hitch.

Lock ‘N’ Roll trailer hitches come in over 20 possible configurations to fit almost any type of vehicle and trailer.

Lock ‘N’ Roll trailer hitches come in over 20 possible configurations to fit almost any type of vehicle and trailer.

The newly redesigned Lock ‘N’ Roll articulating trailer hitch is now available on Sears.com.

The Lock ‘N’ Roll trailer hitch is a safer, easier to use, and more versatile alternative to standard trailer hitches.

With it’s up and down, side to side articulation, and it’s 360 degrees of rotation, the new Lock ‘N’ Roll allows for towing of trailers across uneven terrain, without the hassle and limitations of a standard trailer hitch, according to a Lock ‘N’ Roll news release.

Lock ‘N’ Roll has a patented latching system that has been designed in such a way, that once the latch plates are in place, Lock ‘N’ Roll will never pop off like ball hitches do.

Unlike the ball hitch, everything is in plain view to eliminate any question of whether or not your trailer is hitched correctly. This positively secured connection keeps the driver in control so minor mishaps don’t turn into major accidents.

Lock ‘N’ Roll provides a very tight, close fitting connection that eliminates the “thunk and jerk” action of conventional hitches.

The 360 degrees of rotation, combined with the side to side, up and down articulation, eliminates twisting forces that could damage the vehicle or trailer frames.

Lock ‘N’ Roll Articulating Trailer Hitch Available on Sears.com

Lock ‘N’ Roll Articulating Trailer Hitch Available on Sears.com

With Lock ‘N’ Roll, nearly any terrain can be negotiated safely, making it easy to tow anywhere, and making it especially easy back your trailer into place.

This is a heavy duty product made of alloy steel parts and built by military contractors who trace their skills back five generations.

Lock ‘N’ Roll hitches come in over 20 different configurations to fit almost any type of vehicle and trailer.

All units conform to the requirements of SAE standard J684 and are tested by independent labs.

Details

Lock ‘N’ Roll

Lock-N-Roll-logo-290x67Lock ‘N’ Roll is a heavy duty product made of alloy steel parts.

These articulating on road, off road hitches and couplers are designed and manufactured at Greats Lake Forge in Chicago, by a family of blacksmiths who trace their skills back five generations.

Lock ‘N’ Roll trailer hitches come in over 20 possible configurations to fit almost any type of vehicle and trailer. All units conform to the requirements of SAE standard J684 and are tested by independent labs.

Lock ‘N’ Roll is a Great Lakes Forge Co., Inc. company.

Address: 2141 S. Spaulding Avenue, Chicago, IL 60623

Phone: (773) 277-2800 or (800) 399-5182 (toll free)

Website: locknroll.com

Sears, Roebuck and Co. 

sears-logoSears, Roebuck and Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation, is a leading broadline retailer providing merchandise and related services and is part of Shop Your Way, a social shopping experience where members have the ability to earn Points and receive benefits across a wide variety of physical and digital formats through shopyourway.com.

Sears, Roebuck offers its wide range of home merchandise, apparel and automotive products and services through its Sears-branded and affiliated stores in the United States and Canada.

Sears, Roebuck also offers a variety of merchandise and services through sears.com, landsend.com, and specialty catalogs. Sears, Roebuck offers consumers leading proprietary brands including Kenmore, Craftsman, DieHard and Lands’ End — among the most trusted and preferred brands in the U.S.

The company is the nation’s largest provider of home services, with more than 15 million service and installation calls made annually.

Website: sears.com

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